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-Gold closed in New York at 86J.
-Cotton in Now York closed dull and lower
at^8ic. Sales 1200 bales.
-Cotton in Liverpool closed dull. Uplands
lljdallfd; Orleans lljdall|d. Sales 10,000
-"Bows, plenty of bows, all over bows," is
the last fashionable report from Paris.
-Rochefort's "Lanterne" is printed on thin
letter paper and sent into France as manu?
script correspondence, sealed.
-The New York Customhouse clerks report
a dull business. Tho spring importations have
not yet be jun.
-"Lady speculators" arc said to frequeut
some of thc Wall-street stock- ??mbitos broker
_The Tribune think* the bill pissed on
Wednesday by the House, "a Homoeopathic
retorm of the Frankincr iniquity."
-It is said a London firm has offered Ma?
dame RosBini 125,000 Eraucs for her husband's
ten posthumous compositions.
_General Graute favorite steed for horse?
back riding is said to be a beautiful black
pouy, which was taken from Dick Taylor's plan?
tation during the war. ?
-Sir?c the "new movement" in Virginia
was inaugurated tho quotable valno of its State
stocks has increased six per cent. If it suc?
ceeds the advance will be still grea'or.
_The pioneer settlers of California-those
who went there in 18-19 -contemplatean excur?
sion to the Atlantic seaboard when thc Pacific
railway is completed.
-Grinnell, Iowa, has R college where, out of
SOO students, 200 are young women, and it is
triumphantly mentioned that no liquors aro
sold in the town.
-Tho "belle of Gcnoral Grant's administra?
tion" is already announced. A New York paper
pays she is to be .Miss Nottie Fenton, daughter
of the New York senator.
- A Cuiro paper moulions a lot of 300,000
bushels of wheat as having passed through
that place on tho way from Chicago tc Liver?
pool. It was to bo shipped at Now Orleans.
-Spanish spies are complained oF in New
York, who watch tho movements of Spanish
families suspected of sympathy with tho Cuban
-As the Bishop ot' Australia is a Ritualist
thc opposite party has sec3'lod, elected a new
bishop, consecrated him and cut loose alto?
gether from thtvold body.
-Albert Brisbane, the well ltnown Fou-is
rito, has bought a large tract of land in Kan?
sas for a colony ol Frenchmen, who will culti?
vate the land on tho co-operative principle,
and also manufacture silk goods.
-There is a grocer out West who is also a
justice of the peace, and who offers to marry
gratis all couples who will patronize his store.
If ho would give groceries freo to all who get
married at his office, it would be more of an in?
ducement to matrimony.
-Thero is at last a prospect of something
being done to put a stop to the salo of the dan?
gerous and destructive kerosene oil now com?
monly vended throughout the North. The
New York Board of Health have tim matter
under consideration, with authority to act de?
-The largest clearance at New Orleans since
the war was that of the now ship Jano Fish,
Captain Brown, 149? tons rogister, which was
cleared for Liverpool last week, with 4703 bales
cotton, weighing 2.138 339 pounds, and valued
at $492.800. The ship is valued at $110,000, and
the freight amounts to ?5370.
. -Eugenie's brother-in-law, the Duke of
Alba, has become bankrupt at Madrid, and his
property has gone into the bands of a com?
mittee of his creditors. It used to bo tho cus?
tom for a Spanish grandee to pledge his mous?
tache -fur the payment of bis debts, but thc
usurers will not now accept that surety.
-The warliko preparations in Prussia, in?
terrupted since tho commencement of October,
have been actively takon in hand. Corres?
pondence from Warsaw mentions that all
the soldiers on furlough have been re?
called, arid two hundred roubles bounty aro
given to all tho discharged mon who rc-enlist.
-An Illinois paper tods the surprising story
that an amateur bi ?har d-player in Dixon lately
made a ran of 14.026 points on a carom table,
push shots barred. It is added that two bun
dr d of them wero made in throe mir-.utes. fif?
teen seconds. By caroful computation wc fi jd
that tho entire numb jr, if made at tlvs speed,
would have occupied upwards of three hours,
fifty-five minutes und twenty-nine seconds.
-A newspaper, called tho "Richmond Head
Light," is published on board the steamer
Richmond, one of tho hugo passenger palaces
which ply between Louisville and New Orleans.
It has two compositors and one editor, and is
published six limes during each trip, or about
threo tunes a week. It is intended to be a
faitaful expositor of river Lfo, affording enter?
tainment for tho pasyeugniy, as well as an ad?
vertising modiuLT? lor hotel proprietors and
-Tho smallpox is reported to be very scveie
in the Western cities. It is asserted that the
number of doa tbs fro^n this diseaso has bceu
unprecedently great in Cincinna'i. S nallpox
is declared to be an epidemic in St. Louis; it is
scourging Chicagol though nothing is said
aboutit in tho no ivs'oapors, and in Milwaukie
the public schools and tho rink havo been
closed in consequenoo, and tho shutting up of
theatres, concert saloons and other places
where large nurnbors of persons assemble, bas
-ThelBjltimore Gazette says : "The present
indications are that ice will bea very scarce
article iu this section of the country during
the approaching sum uer. It is said by those
engaged iu the trado that south of tin State of
Maine not ton thousand tons havo yet been
secured, no ice having yet firmed in the
neighborhood of Boston, tho Co:inec'icnt or
North Rivers flt lo cut for storage. Some pri?
vate individuals m thc ncighbjrhood of Balti?
more embraced the only opportunity thus far
afforded, and filled their icehouses, which is ail
that ha? been secured in this vicinity."
-Hon. Horatio Seymour, Kto candidate for
thc first offi je in tho United Suites, has recent?
ly beon eloctjd presidoot of tho American
Dairymen':! Association, and a short time agc
delivered a:i adJress u;>on the subject ol
chocdo. Mr. Seymour alerted that "cheese
ought to be more generally used for fe
this country. The American people ba^
the cheese-eating propensities of their
fathers. Cheese is the cheapest of all ai
of food that can be used. Compared
meat, there are very important econ
connected with it. lt requires no fu?l ti
pare it. It is more nutrid', us, and wc
look upon it as a substantial article of
It is not a 'cheap luxury,' it is a cheap ne
ty. He hoped steps would be taken to pi
cheese as an article of common food t(
favorable consideration of the poor pcoi
-Thc Board of Trustees of the Pe?
Southern Educational Fund concluded
annual meeting at Baltimore yesterday
unanimously elected Samuel Watson, of
ncssoe, to the vacancy in tho board caus<
the death of William C. Bi ves, of Vir;
The report of Dr. Sears, as given to the t
is confined particularly to portions of
Virginia, Arkansas and Tennessee. The r
sa.vB: "Since making my last report I have
able to completo tho general survey o
cloven States which fall within our pro\
Special attention during this interval has
civen to West Virginia, Arkansas and We
Tennessee. I had hoped also to com
some unfinished work in the eastern
of South Carolina, but several causes
vented." He remarks that in some of
States the political excitement of the la?
months bad been unfavorable to that co-o;
tion of all parties that is necessary fo
establishment aud'support of public sob
and that for this reason the conipletio
some of his plans has been postponed. "J
he adds, "conplderations of a character co:
ry to those mentionet 'JOVO, strengthenc
purpose to visit the moro Western Statt
this particular time, where a syetem of p
instruction was already existing, and wi
that very time going into operation."
TUESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 26, ll
The Public Service.
Without pretending to a more intin
acquaintance with the Civil Service
'Han is enjoyed by most of cur readers,
without denying that some modificati
may be necessary to conform it to the
quirements of thc constitution, we have
hesitation in saying thal it is an eminer
wiso and wholly practical measure.
The argumeit of Mr. Logan, that il
unrepublican to give office to the m
worthy and to keep officials of this sort
the public service, if it were true, wo
be an objection, not against the bill, 1
against republicanism itself. It wo
prove that a dcmocratical form of gove]
ment was incompatible with the good ci
duct of national affairs and the welfare
the people at large. General corrupt]
alone calls for frequent changes in offi
and these changes increase the evil.
-E-top's fax, crouching in th"> water n
besei. by a Bwarm of gnats, begged t
swallow not to drive away his tormente
lest a more hungry multitude should ta
their places, so might the public plead ti
the blood-suckers, already half satiate
might bo allowed to remain.
In this country we have suffered, eve
way, from tho operation of the doctrine
Jackson, that "to thc victors belong t
"spoils." Thc meaning of this expressio
now unhappily become proverbial, is tb
public office is public plunder; that it is
rott?n-borough of pa'ronage; tx rich rccot
pense for political service; a salary rath
than an employ; a motive to thc lower pa
sions rather than a charge upou the coi
science; a personal promotion rather tbs
a civil function. One thinks of a spec!
Providence when he observes that this sy
tem, BO atrocious and carried on so lon j
has not wholly ruined the country. An
it is not a day too soon for us to "ceat
"tempting Providence." The sooner w
sheer off from the edge of the precipic
j the better. We are not safe, until politic!
alliances are subordinated to persone
qualifications for office-the aim of Mi
As Mr. Baldwin remarks, in his sketchc
of "Party Leaders," thc spoils doctrine wa
and is the most effective engine of part j
It establishes communication over the whol
country; it gives an interest to thousand
in the success of an administration; it se
cures a score of supporters, besides fur
nishing them with the means of offence am
assault; it makes the officeholder's place o
business a party barrack and himself c,
o?icio drill sergeant and recruiting cflicer
and supplies him with tho material for ob
taining recruits and instituting and perfect
ing organization. It brings the passion:
into effective play in politics. Butaficr all
the principle of tho system is radically
wrong. As we see every day, fidelity ti
party is not incompatible with infidelity
to conscience and honor. The officeholde:
should be less a servant of his party thai
a servant of the public. He should be t
man of capacity and integrity, rather that
a speech maker and a wire-puller.
But, iudeed, n-publicanism is so fur fron
requiring tho maintenance of the presenl
system, that it rather necessitates its abro?
gation Office now depends upou patron?
age, and patronage is the necessary out?
grow :h of the monarchical principle. Th?
sovereign appoints officers to carry out bis
will. If they do this, they have satisfied
their official responsibility. On the con?
trary, a republic requires of its officers
service to the people. It is intolerant ol
sinecurist?, and should be of harpies. It
should do precisely what Mr. Jen ekes now
proposes-exclude the whole class of in?
competents from thc possibility of nomina?
tion. The project would be worthy of ap
prov-1, if even small interests were at Btak c
Of what transcendent importance to a gov?
ernment which gives sixty thousand com?
In suoh an emergency the spoils doctrine
of President Jackson, and the political clap?
trap of Mr. Logau, will not answer. There
should be preparations and cx.imiuatior.s
for office among us, as in Prussia, from
whose code the bill of Mr. Jenckes is uu
dcrstood to have been, in substance, copied.
Wc need all the safeguards adopted by Eu
ropean governments, whom wc have now
learned to rival in the weight of taxes and
I the complications of finance. And there is
no question but that we are mercilessly
; plundered on every hand. The ponnilesa
adventurer finds o dice a talisman opening
his way to all the hidden treasures of the
country. Let us have Mr. Jenckes' bill
or something like it, and that as ?soon as
WE ARE sorry that Attorney-General
Chamberlain has no evidence which justi?
fies him in asserting or believing that Ab?
beville is as peaceful and orderly as any
county in the State Hud Mr. Chamberlain
been able to see the people of Abbeville
more and know them better, be would have
been convinced that they have no sympathy
whatever with lawlessness and outrage, and
that they will use their best endeavors to
prevent the occurrence of acts of violence,
which are as strongly condemned by every
man in Abbeville as they are by the Gov?
ernor and Attorney-General of the State.
WE PUBLISH this morniDg a second letter
from an old and experienced planter of long
cotton, containing his views of the policy
which should be pursued on the islands and
along the coast. This letter will be found
as full of interest as the first of the series.
WAISTED IMMEDIATELY, FIVE HAR?
NESS MAK> Rs. Apply at No. 08 St BEI ING
STREET, noxl south Mills-House.
January 2C tuf2
WANTED.-A FEW GOOD KOKS* S
wanted for the uga of the City Railway. Per?
sons wishing to dispose of such will apply as above.
S. W. RAMSAY,
January 26 Secretary and Treasurer.
INFORMATION WA BTE P.-AK Y IN?
FORMATION given of STEPHEN KEY?, who
reached the city ou Wednesday last, will be thank?
fully recived by his wifo, MARIA KEYS, at Grocery,
corner Church ami Chalmer:-stree ly.
WANTED, SUBSCRIBERS FDIC ALL
THE LEM)ING MAGAZINES AND NEWS?
PAPERS, it publisher's rates.
CHARLES C. RIGHTER,
April 21 No. 161 King-street.
WANTED, BY A LADY ACCUSTOM?
ED to write for the pr*ss, employment on
ono or moro Literary Pacers or Magazines, as a
WRITER OP SKETCHES. **OT ''RY, kc. Address
Miss K. ?. W., Postofllce, Ch- -on, S. C.
WANTED, EVE RY ROD Y TO SUB?
SCRIBE to tho CIRCULATING LIBRARY;.
CHARLES C. RIOHTER'S Sehet Library of New
Books contains all of thc latest publications.
April 21 No. ICI KTNG-STREET.
AGENTS WANTED.-375 TOS20J PER
month, or a commission from which twice
that amount can bc made by telling thc latest im?
proved COMMON SENSE FAMILY NEWING MA?
CHINE; price SIR. Tor nrculars and term*, address '
C. BOWEK8 & CO., No. 320 South Third-street,
Phila >elphia, Pa. 3mo December S
Tl> RENT. A DELIGHTFULLY LOCAT?
ED HOUaE, 00 itaiii in? eight roo>iis; has n
larpe lot, flower carden and a number 01 fruit tree
Would bi? an ezra lint o pportunity f-r a 'c-<pousi
b'e rar.y wt-hing to accoimuod ito a few bo rdcr;
several can bc obtained 111 ibo vicinity, l'or p
thu ar*, apply bv letter, to "ASHLEY RIVER,'
Charleston Post?nico. I* Jauua<y2C
TO KENT, TWO FARMS Of ABOUT
30 acres each, tltaated w-tlnn threo miles ot' |
thc city. Laud very lerida, anil suitable tor tho 1 ul
ture of cotton, corn and vcgetiblea. Price. Sixij
Doll irs per annum ?ach. Apply at FOGARlIE'a
Book Depository, King elr- et.
Janu iry 2G 3*
LONG COTTON PLANT A TIO N TO
BEN t.-To rent, one of the Ouest SEA Is.
L v*>D t'OiTON Pl ANTATIONS in ChriBl Church
Parish, ten railer lrom Meant Pleasant. 011 the sea
Bbniv. Apply to J. MCCABE, No 3(i Broad-stro
January 10 ntutli
Tl? RENT, TUE TWO AND A HALF
slorv HRP K HOUSE, norlliwc-t coner of j
Basel and East Bay blrcuts, containing f ?ur suuaro
rooms two attics, dreisiiig-room, pantry, doab] . pi?
azza-, Urge basement, pas through ho house, good
kitchen of lour rooms, nil in good order. Applv at
No. 104 MARKET-STREET, between Meeting and
King. January 22
TO IK KAT, ON EASY T?CRHS, TD A
good tenant, the PLANTATION no.vn as the
"Hayes," sixteen miles lrom tho city by South Ca?
rolina Railroad, Hame by main road; 100 acree
cleared KW.HU-., 150 acres cleared highland; tract
contain*. 17?U tm
Apply to WILLIS ?: OHISOLM.
TO RENT, A COM F< * KT ABLE TWO
STORIED DWELLING in Drako-nrte:, No. 7,
Hampstead, with laige lot. Apply at THIS OFMCE.
January 23 slutliS
TO KENT. A PIANO, IN DODD ORDER.
Apply at THIS OFFICE October 2H
FOR SALE,CHOICE WHITE AND GRAY
SHANGHAI FOWLS. F< r particulars apph at
FORTH WEST CORNER OF CALHOUN AND ELL
? \BETH STREETS. 1*_Jai.uiiry 2?
JUST Ai* HIVED, A CAR L"AD OF
KENTUCKY KUI ES. For ?ale at tho Miosen
ber's stable, Qiuen- . butwesu Frioud and Ma
zyck. P. WEST,
January 20 1
AT PRIVATE SALE, THAT FINK
STAND v.Uh fix ures for a Grocery,cornor
(.'aihoun and East B.iv streets, No. 35. Apply ON
PREMl-ES. thstu January 21
CHOICE MULES.-IN CONS? QUENCE
of a fai ure lo get transportation as expected,
the undersigned will not bc able to offer his choice
lot of mullum sized PLAN'AHO* MU' Es until
THIS DAV (Tuesday). All not t-old during the d.iy
will be shipped to another market. "
Applv to R. ARNOLD.
January 25 3 No. 210 Mectini-s'rcet.
STEAM ENGINES FOR ?ALE CHEAP,
if uppbed lor immediately
ill One 12 borso Portable ENGINE
(ll One 4-torso Port 'ble Engine.
(li Cue 8-horsc-power l-.NGTNE. in good condition.
CAMERON. BERKLEY k CO.,
Northeast corner Meeting and Cumberland street*.
LAW NO Tlcic.--THU UNDERSIGNED
bare associated tlionisa.vo.s us Cona:'.ncr.- in
Office lor tb? present. No. 33 BROAD.1 TREET.
HENRY D. LBS IC NH.
January?_CH RICHARDSON MILES.
"VTOTICK.-.I HAVE THIS DtY ASMI
1> CUTED with liio in tho BANKING IX
CHANGE AND BR- KERAGK BU-INiN-. Mr. EL?
WAH D M. MORE'.AM . of this city, under thc Arin,
nanto and style of L. GAMBRILI. fc co.
Thc power of Attorney from me to E. M. More?
land is, consequently, revoked. L, GAMHEILL.
Cbarlestou, ?>. C., January ], 180'J.
J muan I lino
LAW N OT i c E .-MCMILLAN KINO.
Esq., is this day admitted a partcer lu our
CAMPBELL & SEABROOK. Lawyers,
No. 50 B:oa.l-slreet.
JAMES n. CAMPRVLL.
MCMILLAN KINO. January I
E MO V A L .
LEWIS SWITZER & Cu
Have removed to
No. M BROADWAY. New York.
Importers of DRESS TRLVMINGS AND BUTTONS,
.JAPES, BINDINGS. E GLI -U PINS, kc, kc.
lnvilc their old friends to call on them.
January 19 tnfO*
Q lt A R L E STOW HOTEL
CHARLESTON, SOUTH CARO'.INA.
THE UNDERSIGNED * RESPECT FUi LY IN.
FORMa his 1x10111*8and iho publi.' gencru'ly tnai ho
ha? t tkoii charge ol' thi? woll*kun*n and pouular
FiR.iT-CL ?SS110 I LL, aud hopes by ?ti ic attention
to merit u full s' are of thi 1 uh ie pntrotiage
The celebrated Arlc-:.M Water Baihs, hoi, cold and
show r. can bo had at ?ll hours.
Coacher with attentive portera ar? always in readi?
ness to convey passengers tu and from de dilTereiit
railroads and steamers. E. H. JACJAs?N,
January 15 Imo
OF?ICE OF UDOLPHO WOLFE.
Sole Impey ter of the Schiedam Aromatic Schnappt,
No. '24 Beaver-street.
NEW ?OBK, November 3. 1868.
To the People of the Southern States t
WHEN THE PURE MEDICINAL RESTORATIVE,
now so widely knovin as WOLFE'S SCHIEDAM
SCHNAPPS, waa in'roduced into the world under
thc endorsement of four thousand leading members
of ibe medical precession some twenty years ago, Its
proprietor was well aware tbat it could not wholly
escape the penalty attached to all new and usefuj
preparations. He, therefore, endeavored to invest ii
with strongest possible safeguard against counter?
feiters, and to render all attempts to pirate it diffi?
cult and dangerous. It wa? submitted to distin?
guished chemists for analysis, and pronounced by
them the purest spirit ever manufactured. Its puri?
ty and properties having been thus ascertained, sam?
ples of the article were forwarded to ten thousand
physicians, including all the leading practitioners in
the United States, for purposes of experiment. A
circular, requesting a trial of the preparation and a
report of the result, accompanied each specimen.
Four thousand of the most eminent medical men in
the UDion promptly responded. Their opinions of
the article were unanimously favorable Such a
preparation, they said, had long been wanted by
the profession, an no reliance could be placed on the
ordinary liquors of commerce, all of which were
more or loss adulterated, and (ho re foro unfit for
medical purposes. The peculiar excellence and
strength of the el of juniper, wnich formed one of
thc principal ingredients of the Schnapps, together
with an unalloyed character of the alcoholic ele?
ment, givo it, in the estimation of the faculty, a
marked superiority over every other dlffosivo stimu?
lant as a diuretic, tonic and restorative.
These satisfactory credentials irom professional
men of tho highest rank were published' in a con?
densed form, and enclosed with each bottle of the
Schnapps, as one of tbs guarantees of its genuinc
no?i. Other precautions against fraud were also
adopted; a patent was obtained for tho article, the
label was copyrighted, a fae limite of the proprietor's
autograph signature wan atlached tn each label and
cover, his nanto anti that of the preparation were em?
bossed on thc bottles, and the corks were scaled with
his private seal. No article had ever been sold in
this country under tho name of Schnapps prior to
thc introduction of Wolfo's Schiedam Aromatic
Schnapps, in 1851; and tbo label was deposited, as
his trade mark, in the United States District Court
for the Southern District of New York during that
Tt might be supposed by persons unarquainied
with the d iring character of the pirales who prey
upou thc reputation ot honorable merchants by vend?
ing deleterious trash under their name, that tho pro?
tections so carefully thrown around theso Schnapps
would Lave precluded ino introductions and sale of
counterfeits. They seem, however, only to have
stimula'td the rapacity of Impostor;. Thc trade
mark ol th? proprietor has boon stolen; the Indorse?
ment which his Schiedam Aromatic Schnapps alon,
received from the medical profession has been
claimed by mendacious humbugs; his labels and
bottles havo been imitated, his advertisements para?
phrased, his circulars copied, and worse than all,
dishonorable retailers, alter disposing of thc genuino
contents of his bottles, have filled them up with
common gin, thc most dolotorlons of all liquors, and
thus made his name and bnnd a cover for poison.
I he public, tho medical prolessionand tho sick,
for whom tho Schiedam Aromatic Schnapps is pre?
scribed as a remedy, aro eqnaliy iutcrcBtc 1 with tho
proprietor In the detection and suppression of those
nclarious practices. Tho genumc a: title, manuiac
t'.ired at the establishment of tho ui>der;igucd in
Schiedam, Holland, is distilled lio n a barley of ihe
finest quality, ?nd flavored with an essential extract
cf thc berry of thc Italian ju.ipe -, of unequalled pu?
rity. By a proco>s unknown in the preparation of
any other liquor, it is lrcod from every acrimonious
uud corrosive element.
Complainte have boen received from tho leiding
physicians and families in tho Southon! States of
Un- sale of cheap imitations of thc Schiedam Aro?
matic t-'chnipps in those markets; und travellers,
who arc in the habit ol usiu"? it as an antidote to thc
baneful influence of unwholesome river water, tes?
tify that cheap gin, put up in Schiedam bottles, is
t rr quent ly palmed off upon the unwary. The
agents ol thc tindci'slguc.l havo been rcquostcd to
institute inquiries on thc srbjeet, and to furwatd to
him the names of such parties as they may osci-r
tain to bo engaged in thc atrocious system of decep?
tion, in conclusion, tho undersigned would say that
he has produced, from uudor tho hands of thu mo-t
distinguished mci: cf sciumc in America, prools un
answerable of thc purity and medicinal excel?
lence ot ihn Schiedam Aromatic Schnapps ; thu
hs has expended many thousand dollars in sur?
rounding il with guarantees and safeguards, which
he designed should proicct thc public and himself
against fraudulent Imitations; that ho has shown it
to be thc only liquor in tho world that can be um
formly defended upon a ; unadulterated ; th it to hos
challenged investigation, analysis, comparison and
experiment in all Its lorm--; and from every ordeal
thc preparation whi. h bears his name, seal and Irado
uurlr, hus come off triumphant. Ile, thcrolore, feels
ita duty he owes tn lus lullow-citiz ms couorally, to
thc medical profession and tho sick, to denounce
and expose thc charlatans who counterfeit these evi?
dencien ot identity, and he calls upon the press and
tho public to aid him in his efforts to remedy so great
Thc following kiters and ccrlillcates from the
leading physicians aud clicnist * of this city will
prove to the reader that all goods sold by tbo under
signcl arc all tbat they aro repro culed to be.
I feel bound to say, that I regard jour Schnapps
as being in o very respect pre-eminently pure, and
deserving or medical patronage. At all events, lt ls
the purest possible article of Holland Gin. htrcto
lorc unobtainable, and as such may bo safuly pre?
scribed by physicians.
DAVID L. MOTT, M. D.,
Pharmaceutical Chemist, New York.
2l? PlSCK-STRKET, NEW YORK, I
November 21,1SG7. J
Unoz>rao WOLFE, Esq., Pr?tent:
Dear Sir-I lia vc nw le u chemical cximtuitiou of
a sauiplo of yjur Schiedam r>uunappa, with the In
loni ol' det-running ti' any for i;ni or injurious sub?
stance bad been added to th' simple Olsli.Ud spirits.
lue examination bas insulted m tho conclusion
tbat the sample contained no poisonous or h.riniul
admixture. I have i cu unable to discover any
trace oi tho deleterious substance? wich aro ein
ptoved in tho adulteration of liquors, i would not
hesitate-lo use my^ '? or ta reconnu*nd toothers,
tor medicinal purposes, tho Schiedam Schnapps as
au excellent und uuobjeetioiiablo variety of yin.
Very rcspecttuily yours,
(Signed,) CHAS. A. SEEL.Y, Chemist.
NEW YORK, NO. 03 CEDAB-STIIEET. I
Nnwinoer 36, JSC7 J
UDOLrno WOLFE, Ksq.. Present :
Dear Sir-', havo submitted to chemical analysts
two boUles ot ..sc nodam schnapps," wi.ich i took
lrom a Irosh package iu your bou ed warehouse, and
fijid. ss Dolore, that the spirituous liquor is irec
lrom injurious logrcdieuU or falsification; that ic
hos the marks ol bung aged and not rocouily pre?
pared ny me chanical admixture of aleono, and aro?
K-spoeimlly. FitEO. V. MAYI-'R.
NEW YOBK, Tu.-s.lay, May 1.
UDOI.PHO WOLFB. ESQ. :
Dru/- Sir- Phd want of pure Wiuos and Liquors
for mediciual purposes bai b"eu long foltby tho pro
toesion. and thousands ot' liven havo boen sacrificed
by tho use ot adulterated articles. D lirium tremens,
and othi-i discasos <>. the Drain und ni rves, so rilo
in this country, aro very rare in Europe, owing, in a
great de/rue, to thc oiffereuoe n the pmityof the
Wc h ive tested the sovcal articles imported and
sold by you. ?uc.uding your Uiu. whi h you sell un?
der the nanto of Aromatic . cluodum Schnappe, which
we consider justly et.til led io the high reputation it
has aoquirud in ibis country; und from your loug ex?
po, icuec as a foreign importer, your tiottled Wines
and Liquors should meet w th the same demand.
We would recommend you to appoim some ot tho
respectable apothecaries in dnfercnt parts of tm- city
as agents for ihe sain of your Bran.ties ?nd Wines,
wnero ihe profession eau obtain (ho same when
needed lor medicinal purposes.
Wi-hing you suce.ess iuyour new enterprise,
v? u remain, your obedie.it terrait*,
VALENTINE MUI"I'. M. lt., Professor ol outcry,
(Jntveraiiy M ed'cal College. New Yo;k.
J. M. CAUNOCHAN, M. D., Professor of Cliuicsl
Margery, SurgeOU-Ul . hud'lo tho state Hospital,
kc. No. 14 Ix-t .?vxtcontu-xtreut.
LEWI<i A. SAYItfc, M. l" No. TX,Broadway.
H. P. I'K WEH?, ll D. No. 701 1 roadway.
JOStPH WUB-? I Hi:, M D . No lia Ni.ith-streof.
NELSON STEEL t?, U. li, No. 37 Uloeker-sirccc.
JOHN U'ld-.lL.. Y, IL 1)., So. ?KM Fourth slr. ri
H. I. ttAPHAi'.L, M }>.. IT?!' >S?II- ol the PriRciploa
aud Praclic.iOl -ur cry. New York Medical Col?
lege, kc. No. 91 Niutu-wircct, aud others.
The proprlrtor also oilers fur sale.
130 LT LED WINES AND LIQUORS,
Iinpoi tea and bottled by hiinsclf, expressly lor mc
di.anal use. Knob. Dottie h is his certificate ol' its pu?
rity. CDOL.r.'?'J WOliKK.
Ncvembor ll ? nos
JOHN V. GILBERT....... Manager
Second appearance of the yoong and talented ac?
Misa ANNIE DELAND.
Tuesday fil vening, January 26, 1860,
Will be presented
THE HONKY <JO\
ASP Street Cars in attendance at close of perform'
ance. January 26
Cost attH /cano.
PICKED UP, A LARGE DOUBLE-END
BOWBOAT, adrift. Can be received by the
owner on paying expenses. Apply at the OFFICE
OF THIS PA PEE. 2* January 25
CITY SIX PER CENT. STOCK
State Bonds, old and new
Bonds endorsed by state
South Carolina Railroad and Bank Stock.
Apply to H. H. DELEON.
January 26 1 No. 24 Broad-street.
CITY AND STATE ?STOCKS
APPLY TO JAMES M. SHACKELFORD,
- Broker, No. U Brood-street.
' January 25 3
FOB SALE BI
GEORGE W. WILLIAMS * CO.
CHECKS ON NEW YOBK,
IN CURRENCY OR GOLD.
LESESNE & WELLS,
No. 10 BROAD-STREET.
Dccembor 21 Imo
Q RE AT ATTRACTION
QTJfNBY'S & CO.S PHOTOGRAPH AND
FINE ART GALLERY.
NOW ON EXHIBITION THU LARGEST ANO
ti r.ost Collection ol' CU ROMO LITHOGRAPHS ever
seen in charleston. Tbcy are perfect copies of cel?
ebrated Works of Art, both ancient and modern.
Among ibe collection may bo lound SALVATOR
ROSA'S HEAD OF CHRIS'!, Correiigo's Magdalene,
A. DelacroLx's Tide Goinz Out, A. Delacroix's Tide
Coming In, Turner's Venice, Jackson's Englisn
Scenery, Row bot tom's Euglish Scouery. Bailor's
English and Irish bcenorv, Viens on tbs Rhino, Thc
Jun;;fraud, ihc Wettcrhoru, Marine Views, and
Thc public are respectfully invited tc -all and see
these beautiful Works ol Art, Thoy are offered for
sale at New York prices.
Great reduction in the prtee PORCELAIN PIO
XURE& Recent improvement* in producing these
pictures enable us to now offer the ut nearly one
half t'i* former prices, and tar supe. or. Call and
OUR CARTES DE VTSTlE AND OTHER
PLAIN PHOTOGRAPHS ARE UNSUR?
E-pecial attention given to ehildren. Also to copr
ino old Daguerreotypes and ott.fr pictures. Satisfac?
tion in all cases cuar.inteed, and ut prices to corres?
pond with tho timi*.
OTHER PHOTOGRAPHS OF CHARLESTON,
FORT SUMTER AND MAGNOLIA
At Reducer! Prices.
A fine collection cl
STEREOSCOPIC VIEWS OF THE MOUN
TALNS IN NORTH CAROLINA AND THE
FRENCH BROAD RIVER.
These ire thc first and only Photographs over taken
in that loeality.
U, U 1 ST B Y tic c o?
No. 261 KING-STREET.
CHARLES ION, 8. C.
November 12 3mos
JJOLSIES & MACBETH,
No. 36 Broad-street,
Charleston, S. C.,
BROEERS, AUCTIONEERS, REAL ESTATE
GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS.
Will atttend to Ronting and Collecting of Rents
and purchase und sae of blocks, LLM-JB, Gold,
Kilver and Real Estate.
To tho Pu: chose ol'Goods oud Supplies for parlies
in tho country upon reason .bio crms.
GK?WOK I- HOLMES.ALBXANDIHI MAOBSTH.
Jat.u ryl _lyr
J DRAYTON FORD,
BROKER, No. 10 BROAD-STREET,
RUY* AND SELLS Rl?Ai. ESI'ATH AND PUB
UC AND PRIVATE Ue?N.'jS, :-.tocis and Securi?
ties, of all k.nda. AUo, uogu?atcs Loaua on Roal
Kttnte and Steel Cu! nierais.
Jami try 3 sac imo
Y. LMICH ?SC lt. S. BRUNS,
* MONLY AND BEAL EsTATi?
IS R O R E R S, AUCTIONEERS
No. 35 Broad-street,
Cuarlobtou, S. C.
Jannary 1 Imo
J OWWDEs, 6i GRIMB ?LL,
So. 3 S Uro lui- it i ert,
BUY AND St'.LL ON COMMISSION,
?Sro.. ?SEC , ?Vc.
Reutins of Houses attended to.
T* PurossET LOWNDES.NEBELET (?BIMBALL.
January 1 Uno
J H. WILSON,
No. 5 Broad-street.
GOLD, SILVER, BANK NOTES, COUPONS,
STOCKS AND BUVDS,
Bought and Sold at Market Rates. Cheeki on
Now Y<>rkand Bu .more, and Drafts on England.
Ireland, Pans aid Ber in.
Jam wry 1_Uno
gA01UEL C. BLACK,
STOCK AND REAL ESTATE BROKER,
No. '48 Broad-street,
Charlot ou S. C.
Transactions m.do at auction or private sile.
Jiu nary 1 Imo
H . UcL E O N ,
Charleston, S. C .
WILL BOT AND EE LL ON 0 J HM 33I0S,
LEAL Es i ATE. Si OCliS, ?0ND3. COUPONS,
GOLD, SILVER, BAKE BILLS ANO
Jonu sj I Imo
r(5 REGULAR MEETING WILL BE HELD
THU E VENINO, at Seven o'clock, in Council
Chamber. W. H. 8MTT&,
January 26 1 CITK of Council.
Ci! AK Ii ES rO.\ PlOATIXi DRY DOCK
AND MARINE RAILWAY COMPANY.
TBE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE STOCKHOLD?
ER-) w>ll be held at the Office No. 51 Broad
street, THI3 DAT, the 26th inst, at Twelve o'clock,
noon, when a statement of the affairs of the Company
will be submitted, and an Election held for a Presi?
dent and Four Directors, to serve for the ensuing
twelve months. WILLIAM B. HERIOT,
January 26 4 President
I. O. O. F_JEFFERSON LODGE, No. 4.
RE REGULAR MEETING OF THIS LODGE
will be held THIS EVENING at Fevon o'clock
precisely. Puoctual attendance of tho members is
earnestly requested. ISAAC LIEB HAN,
January 26 Secretary.
VIGILANT (FIRE EN GI VC COMPANY.
ATTEND AN EXTRA MEETING OF YOUR
Company, Tats EVENTNQ, at your HaU, at
Seven o'clock. A punctual attendance is earnestly
By order. JOHN T. HUMPHREYS,
January 2G 1 Secretary.
C H A lt I. fi S TON GAS LIGHT COMPANY.
THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE STOCKHOLD?
ERS of this Company will be held on MONDAY,
1st February, at Twelve o'clock M., at the hall of the
Ineuranco and Trust t.'onpany. No. 8 Broad-stroet,
when a statement of the affairs of the Company will
be submitted, and election held lor Prcsidont and
eight Directors to servo for tho ensuing year.
W. J. HERIOT,
January 22 Secretary and Treasurer.
ANNUAL MEETING OF TUE STOCK?
HOLDERS OF THE SOUTH CAROLINA RAIL
ROAD COMPANY AND OF TBE SOUTHWEST?
ERN RAILROAD BANK.
THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE STOCK
HO) DEBS of the above Institutions will be held
in tho City of Charleston on the second TUESDAY in
February next, tbe 9th of that month. Place of |
meeting. Hall of the Southwestern Railroad Bank.
Hour of convening. Eleven o'clock A. M.
On tho day fallowing, WEDNESDAY, the 10th, there
a iii bo an election held at the sane place, between
the hours of Nine A. M. and Three P. M., for FIF?
TEEN DIRECTORS of toe Railroad Company and
THIRTEEN DIRECTORS c f the Bank.
A committee to verify Proxies will attend.
Stockholders viii be passed as usual over thc road
to and from the mccUng tree of chatge. ic accord?
ance with the resolution of the Convention of 1864.
J. B. LU h RV. Secret .ry.
January 12 tuth4 cuths7
?jarness and Saddles.
MCCLELLAN J?ADDLES ! V
GOVERNMENT TEAM HARNESS, &C.
S)OAA MCCLELLAN SADDLES, IN GOOD OR
??l/U L>EB, with n.w stirrup Leathers,
seats, kc. ' ?
200 sets Team Harness, in Two. Four and Six
For sale low by F. F. CHAPEAU,
January 30 1 No. 68 MoeLr.g-street
Hotires tn Pankru|itrn.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
UNITED .-TATES, FOR THE I Isl BL ST OF
i-OUTH CA KOLIN A.-IN IHK MATTI V OF FD
WAUD F. DAVIS BANKRUPT-TN I>A<-KRUPf
CY.-To whom it may concern: Tue un tint signed here?
by gives noir e of his appointment as Assignee of j
IDWARD V. D ?Vis. in tho County of olleton, and
State ot South Carolina, within said District, who eas
bern adjudged a bankrupt, upon his own petition,
by tho District Court ol said District
Dated thc 2M day ot Jami i ry, .. D. I860.
JOHN W. BURBIDGE,
January 2G tut Assignee.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF TUB
UNITED STATES. FOR THE DISTRICT OF
SOUTH CAROLINA.-IN THE MU'I ER OF LAW?
RENCE N. FISHKUHNE, l'ANKRUPl".-IN B\NK
BUPT. Y.-To whom it may concern: Che u-idorsiened
heroby uives notice ot' bis appointment as Assignee of
LAWRENCEN. HSHBURNK. in thc County of Col
lelon, an i Stato of South arolina, w'ihin said Dis?
trict who has been adjudced a bankrupt upon his
own pe: il ion bv tbe District Govt of said District
Daiod the 23d day ot January, A. D. le*).
JOHN W. BURBIDGE,
January 26 lu2 Assignee.
?N THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
UNITED STATES. FOR SOUTH CAROLINA
JANUARY TERM, 19f.9-IN THE MATTER OF
B. EVANS HODGE, OF CLARENDON CUUNTY,
BANKHUP r-PET11 ION FOR FULL AND FINAL
DISC tl ARGE IN BANKRUPT. Y.-Ordered. That a
brariog bo had on the TWESTY-IIFTH DAY or F?BBU
ARY, isr.9, at Federal Courihouse in charles,
iou, 8. C.; and that ail Credi ors, kc. of said
Bankrupt appear at said tuno and place, and
show cc uso. if any th^y can, why tho prayer of tho
petitioBtr should not bo granted. And that the
second and third meetings of CT dilors of said Bank?
rupt will be held at tho ellice of J. C. CARPEN?
TER, Esq., Registrar nf the ? ocond Congressional
District, s. C., on thc TWExrr-i'ounTH DAY OF FIB
BUAAY, I860, at 12 M.
Hy order of the Court, tho 25th day of January,
1889. DANIEL H>RL3ECK,
Clork of the District Court of the United States for
South Carolina. tu3 January 26
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
UNITED SPATES. FOR SOUTH CAROLINA
JANUARY 1ER5I. J869.-IN THE MATTER OF
W. -V HODGI'. OF CLAUENDON i OUNTY, BANK?
RUPT.-PETITION E'OR FULL AND FINAL DIS?
CS \ KG K.-IN BANKRUPTU Y. - Ordered, That
a ho.r.ng bo had on the TWESTY-rrFTn DAY
ev FEDRUAI.Y, 1869. at Federal Cou rt hi uso in
Charleston, S. C ; and that all Creditors, ic,
of said bankrupt appear at Bald time and placo,
and show causo, if any they can, why tho prayer
of the Petitioner should net be granted And Chat
tbe second and third moetings of Creditors of said
Bankrupt will bo held a', the office cf J. C. CAR?
PENTER, Esq., Registrar of Second Congressional
Dis net, S C., on the TWENTY-FOOT ra DAY or i ta
BUAltY, 1869, at 12 M.
By order ol' the Court, the 25th day of January,
1RCJ. DA?lfcL HOULUECK,
Clerk of the Di trlct Court of the United Stales for
south Ca. o'ina. tu3 January .0
IM TUN DISTRICT COURT OF THE
UNH I D STATED FOR SOUTH CAROLINA
JANUARY TERM, 186ft-IN TH.'. MAHER OF
M. J. WHl'K, OF Cl AREN DON COUNIY. BANK?
RUPT.-PE I THON FOR FULL AND FINAL DIS?
CHARGE' IN B\NKUUI'1CS.-Ordered, That a
bearing ho hod ou tho TWENTY-FIFTH DAY OF FED
UUARY, 1869, ut Federal courthouse m Charlesion, rt.
iud that ul< erodl.'ora, kc, of said Bankrupt
appear u. said limo and p a c, and show cause, if
uny they Rta, why the prayer of thc petitioner sbou d
not bo graute I. And that ihc second n I third meet?
ings of creditors of bald DauUiunt will be held at thc
oribe of J. c. CARPENT KB. Esq.. Ue^Ltru ol Sec?
ond Congressional District, So nh Caro.ina, cn the
Twmmr-rousxn DAY OF E EDUDARY. i860, at 12 M.
Dy order of the Court, the 23th dav of January,
1S09. DANIEL H.HILBECK,
Clerk of the District Court 01 thc United sta'os,
January 20 _tu3 For South Carolina.
IN TDK DISTRICT Cot RT OF THE
UNHID -T'TEs FOR -OU 1 H C'l'OT.lNA
JANUARY TERM, 1809.-IN J HE MA'lThlt OE
L\ZARUS U1 LL, OF wNNING. HAS'KRUPT
PEI (HON FOR FULL AND FINAL DISCHARGE
HI BANKRUPT Y-Ord'red 'fha a tor"-g
bo Lu i O 1 hO TWENTY-1TFTH DAY OF E EBBUABY 1809,
a Fedeial U in h ? e iU . bar?es 01 , ft, 0.1 and
he ni] creduo'S, ic, of ??'d ba uk up: apniur at
rd':', tm und 11:0 , awl -mow cause, ii'unv ihij can.
why ihc pr..w-t tl ?ii? \.> Rioter should rot b?
prattled. Ai.dihii t> ?ce)'?l und th-rd me'tings
of Ci?dt?mif sud Ban mi.f Will be hid a' ito
OiBc . \>t J C. C VR -E ?i TER, BIL, Real- rae ur t?t
8-c nie n <re"ion..l Di-im*, S C. o. TWESTY
FOORTH DAT OF Fl BIIUABT 18"9. at 12 M.
.?y order ol't IP CO.rt the 25; . 'ay of J .nany,
1869. DANIAL HORLBLCK.
Clerk o t!ie B . tri t Cou I of tho Uu t ! St.fr ? for
-o-th Ca oliiw. tu3 J.unary 26
PER STEAMER CIMBRIA.
VEGE " ABLE AND FLOWER SEEDS, BULBOUS
BOOTS, ic, viz: Early and Largo Yoi k ?'ab?
bi go, Early and Late Drumhead. Early and Late Bat
tersi-a. Early and l ate Flat Dutch, I arly May. Early
Sugar Loaf. 1 orlv Ox Heart and Green Own Cab?
bages, Dnimhoad and oreen cnrled Savoys, Brown
and Green ( urled Kale cauliflower. Brocalli, Raj
ish, Turnips, Bee'c ?'arro s, Sp'nsch, Onion Seed.
Parsnips, V rsiev. Looks, Lettuce, Thyme, Sage, kc,
kc, Red and White P anting OuioD*.
FINE M'XED GERAN1ANS, 6J cents per paper;
Largo Pansy or Ilea tsease, Lartto Double t arni
tioa-. Pico tee and Pheasant's Eye Pinkr, Mixed Ver?
bena, Doublo Blood-rod Wallflower. Double Dah ia,
Double Gil nfl ?wen, Double R.Ieinn. 25 cents per
pa,-cr; Scarlet, White ano Purple Oinditufts, Double
etina links. Gie? Tricolor Doublo Hollyocks,
i lark a Pulelieliu, Larkspurs, Swost William. Core?
opsis, Popules Mixed Nomophilla Snap Dragon,
Canterbury I'.pils. Coxcomb, SWCD? Mignonette,
sweet Al flsuin. Princess Fcaihor, chma and Ger
ata ".st. rs. Primrose Zonnia, Pe:uma. Portnlico,
Phlox Drumin indi. Re l Valerian, Running V:nes,
kc, kc, 10 c -ids pe p.per; fine strong snd vigo?
rosa ,-trawbVry P.ants, a choice collection of lea
I'.osci, Double i afilias, ail colors.
An ass rtmo'nt of HoU EKEEPING ARTICLES,
Agricultural und Horticultural Implements.
For pale by JOHN THOMS Nit CO.,
No. 2J8 Kiug-street,
January IC stuth.12 Charleston, S. C. .
CLE All BIB SIDES.
2r HHD8. CHOICE C. B. SIDES.
t) For sale by H fr N RY COBIA k CO.
Jauuary 26 . - . 1.
SUGAR AMD MOLASSES.
I9O BHDS. CHOICE DRY GROCERY SUGAR
48 hod?.' Primo (new c opi Muscovado
Molasses. Now landing ex British brig Wm. M. Nash,
from Cardenas, and for sale in lots to suit purcha?
se, by W. P. HALL,
January 26 s_Bro wa k Co 's Wharf.
CUBA CLAYED MOLASSES.
A ? BHDS. CUBA MOLA?SES, RECE .TED PER
^JteJ schooner Mumie, from Calbarien.
For sale low by J. A. ENBLO W k CO.,
January 26 2_No. m East Bay.
FLOUR! FLOUR !
tOO BBL". EXTRA )
I - - 34 bbb. Fine (FLOUR.
14 bole. Euper )
For sale by J. A. ENS LOW A CO.,
January 26_2__No. Ul East Bay. ?
PIG HAM?, SHOULDERS,
STRIPS AND LARD.
ASUPPLY OF CHOICE SUOAB-OUBED PIG
Extra Sugar-cured Pig Shouldors
Eitra Breakfast Bacon Strips, small
And Pure Leaf Lard.
Just received at the
CO-OPERATIVE GROCEBY 9TOBE,
Southwest corner Mooting and Market streets.
Goods delivered free. January 26
Q?A BALES EASTERN HAY, EX SCHOONER
00 U Sarah CuBen, at Union Wharf. For sale
low while Unding, and In lots to suit purchasers.
Apply to COURTENAY k TRENHOLM.
January 25 . 2
GEORGE W. WILLIAMS & <%
Wholesale Grocers, "
CHARLESTON, S. C.,
OFFER FOB SALE LOW FOR CASH:
QAAA SACKS SALT
0\J\J\J 10C0 barrels Pink Eye Seed Potatoes
100 halos Gunny Bagging
303 coils Hemp and Manilla Rope
1000 k*g9 Nails
200 barr?la Coffee Sugar, A, B sud C
SOO bigs Rio Coffee
100 ba-rcls New Orleans Molasses *.
300 boxes Adamantine Candles
600 kegs Orange Mil's Powder
100 hogsheads New orleans and Musco?
100 tierces Bice.
Janna ry 19_tuthslmo
1 i)AA BU-HBLS OF SEED RICE, G BOWN
Lu\)\J on NorthSantee, weighing 47 pounds
per bushel. For 9 ?lo by
W. C. COURTNEY 4 CO.,
January 26 tuthslmo No. 0 Boyce's Wharf.
TOBA. C O O .
ALARGE STOCK OF FINE CUT SMOKING
TOBACCO wUI be offered for sale exceedingly
below manufacturer's price.
A very select assortment of
HAVANA AND DOHESTIC CIGARS AT ALL
Consumers and merchants will do well in giving
a call at
C. MADSEN'S, ^
No. 814 KING-STREET,
January 25 mtuf3? CORNER SOCTE1Y.
1 Ai IA SACKS-BALANCE OF CARGO SHIP
J \jvU Richard III, landina in fine order. lor
salo by BERNARD O'NULL.
January 23 2
SIDES, HAMS, SHOULDERS
')A HMDS. SIDES, CLEAR, O. B. AND RIBBED
?j\J 20 linds, and tierces second quality Hams
and Shoulders. Da store aud I r s ile hy
January 25_2 BEBNABD O'NEILL.
BiCON SIDES, SHOULDERS,
C)A H nDS. CHOI JE O. B. *TDE3
jJ\J 10 hhds. choice Ribbed Stdte
10 hhds. Sbonldeis
6 hhds. No: 2 Shoulders
10 boxes D. ft rides
20 bor* & C. Strip*.
PLUCK, MACKEREL, At.
600 bbls. Selected Extra FLOUtt
100 bbls. Selected Soper Flour
loo bbls. Fine Flour
CO lia f bbls. Mesa Mackerel
75 half bbls. No. 1 Mackerel.
In utoro, landing, and for sale low by
JEFFORDS k CO..
January 28 5 Nos. 17 and 19 Vendue Ran ?e.
-1 f\P (\ SACKS LIVERPOOL SALT, DAILY
1U>JU expected by .teamer Golden Horn, and
for sale by HENRY COBIA k CO.
DIRECT IMPORTATION ~
RECEIVED PEE BARK ADMIRAL CE
CIELE, PRC M HAVRE, AT JACK''
O AA CASE* FRENCH BEER, OR BIERS
Gonulne French 1 laret Wine, Cognac Brandy
A VARIETY OF FRENCH GOODS.
ALSO, IN STORR,
30 cases GENUINE ENGLISH ALE, in pints, and a
variety of Choice Liquors
10 kegs Choice Malaga Grape*.
AesortoJ FRUITS, Guava Jelly, Nuts
Chewing and Smoking Toba< co
Domestic and Hanna Cigars, Pipes, kc, kc.
For sale by
JOHN B. TOGNI,
No. 125 HI ti 10TI \ G-ST'R ?ET,
THREE DOORS SOUTH OF MARKET-STREET.
SALT, BAGGING, &c.
?W IA SaCK LIVERPOOL ?SALT
O'/U i? bales Dundie Bogging
20 bales uuury Clo tu
10 birds. Bacon -ides and Shoulders
30 bbiH. Crushed and Coffee augars
50 bb's. S. H. Mol-ss-s
IOU boxes Soap, varlou-brands
'tobacco, candios. Flour, Ri<-e. kc
For salo by KA VEN EL k HOLMES,
No. 177 East Bay,
January ll Imo Opposite Accommodation Wharf.
GENUINE SEE.) POTATOES TO
ARRI Vi?.. V
FIVE HUNDRED BARRELS.
O A A BBLS. WESTERN RED POTATOES
?j\J\t 100 bbls. Chili Bed Potatoes
100 bbls. Garnett Red Potatoes "
100 bbls. Pink Eye Potatoes.
On board the schooners A. E. Glover and J ona i
.mite. For tale by
JOHN F. O'NEILL ?r SON,
December 29_No. 167 East Bay.
FRUITS ! FRUITS ! FRUITS !
WE HAVE ALWAYS ON H CND A L&RGE SUP?
PLY of FRUITS, consisting of ORANGES,
Bananas Pineapples, Plantains, Cooounats, Lemons,
Raisins, Furs, Dates an 1 Northern Apples, Potatoes,
Onions, and Nuts ot all kinds
BART & WIBTH,
Nos. 55 and 57 Market-street.
November 28 2mo*
WHARTON & M0FFE1T,
M OF FETT & WHARTON,
NO. 22 EAST BAY dt REE!.
W-E ARE NOW RECEIVING B7 EVERY STEAM?
ER, APPLBsand POI A10KS. and offer for
solo the following varieties of Ec ting and Seed
Goodrich Seedling-PINK EYE
Jacks n Whites-Dvkeman's
Wostern Red-Duck Eye
Chili i eJ-Davis .-ecdliug
Pe joh B ow-Early Rose. y
Parties ordering f jr see 1 should do BO at once be?
fore the rivers and canals aro trozan up. '
No. 116 West-street, New York
* J \M rf s G. MOFFSTT, "
No. 22 East Bay street, Charleston.
December 30 3mo